The Thomas Cook (India) Group is all set to host its second edition- ‘The India Travel Summit 2017-The New Age of Travel’ on September 26 at Le Meridien, New Delhi. This year’s summit centres around four panels of engaging dialogue on highly relevant and contemporary topics: easing visa processes by consular representatives, tourism boards discussing about the new-age Indian traveller, technology partners and strategists debating on the future of the travel ecosystem and senior policy makers deliberating on the India tourism story -Incredible India 2.0
Thomas Cook India’s exclusive, by-invite only business summit, offers a unique platform for exchange of ideas benefiting the travel & tourism sector and will host highly influential decision makers, influencers and captains of industry.
The India Travel Summit 2017 panel discussions will be moderated by Mahesh Iyer, Chief Executive Officer, Thomas Cook (India) Ltd, Vishal Suri, Managing Director, SOTC Travel Services Pvt. Ltd., Amit Madhan, President & Group Head Information Technology and eBusiness, Thomas Cook (India) Ltd. and Dipak Deva, Managing Director, Travel Corporation (India) Ltd. Panellist will include senior government officials, ambassadors and consular chiefs, heads of tourism boards, hotels & airlines as also CXOs from highly respected brands like Facebook, Accenture, Dentsu–Aegis Network, Sabre, etc.
Madhavan Menon, Chairman & Managing Director, Thomas Cook (India) Limited, said, “The India Travel Summit was conceptualised to offer cutting-edge ideation and dialogue among key stakeholders and critical decision makers across the travel and tourism eco-system – focussing on both challenges and opportunities for the sector. India’s travel story is one the world is looking forward to with excitement—a nation that is emerging rapidly as one of the critical markets for tourism, both inbound, domestic and outbound.”
Menon elaborated, “The event has been organised with a strategic aim to provide a common and candid discussion platform for critical stakeholders and decision-makers in the travel & tourism industry.”